Yoga Therapy International News

Our Third CYT Cohort Has Finished Their On-Campus Studies

Congratulations to our 2017 to 2019 cohort of Yoga Therapist trainees who have just completed three terms of on-campus course work and two off-campus practicums.

These 13 incredible women from around the globe came together through Yoga Therapy International’s 1000-hour program to learn the healing art of Yoga Therapy, Ayurveda and Yoga Philosophy as taught in the Krishnamacharaya-Desikachar lineage with contemporary influences from Iyengar Restorative Yoga, Yoga Nidra, Chair Yoga, Western Medicine/Psychology, Mindfulness Meditation, Business Practices, and so on. They comprise our third cohort and our biggest graduating CYT 1000-hr class yet!

FREE Summer Term Classes and Sessions

Dear All,

Greetings from Chennai, India, where I am with my 12 Yoga Therapist Trainees and with my master teachers, with whom I have been studying for 17 years!

My students are completing their final term of YTI’s Yoga Therapist training program this summer, and as part of their training, you are invited to join in with Free Private Sessions!

Clinic Students and Case Studies are needed for Yoga Therapist Trainees, June 18 to August 3, 2018.  First come, first serve!

Learn More about the Free Summer Term near the bottom of Group Therapeutic Yoga

Join the Spring Term!

Yoga Therapy International's spring term is 10 weeks, from March 11 to May 31, 2018.
No classes between March 29th and April 3rd and between May 17th and 22nd.

RELAX & ENERGIZE: Sundays 4pm to 6pm
In this class, you will experience a mix of standing, seated and supine/prone poses that focus on flexibility, strength & relaxation. Expect to have some energy to do your Sunday evening chores yet sleep deeply Sunday night!

Interview with Penny Noble, C-IAYT

 

My name is Penny Noble. I have been an educator throughout my career and have a Masters in Education and a Graduate Certificate in TESOL. I started my yoga training in 1996, in Australia, but didn’t feel I knew enough to teach. I also had reservations about some of the asana teachings for my body ― not all poses seemed to work for me, and I drifted away from yoga. Years later, I embarked on practicing yoga with an emphasis on therapeutics, and this seemed to make more sense to me, for my body, in my stage of life.

What does it mean to you to now be C-IAYT?

I am excited that the course I completed and my grandparenting application has been recognized by a formal accrediting body.

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